Trading Index

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'''Trading Index''' (TI) is the simplest way to compare the trading efficiency of ships.  It is simply the ship's maximum hold capacity divided by its [[Turns Per Warp]].  TI does not take into account the number of turns spent moving between port pairs or the possibility of using transwarp.
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'''Trading Index''' (TI) is the simplest way to compare the trading efficiency of ships.  It is simply the ship's maximum hold capacity divided by its [[Turns Per Warp]].  TI does not take into account the number of turns spent moving between port pairs or the possibility of using [[TransWarp Drive|TransWarp]].

Current revision as of 00:12, 23 November 2011

Trading Index (TI) is the simplest way to compare the trading efficiency of ships. It is simply the ship's maximum hold capacity divided by its Turns Per Warp. TI does not take into account the number of turns spent moving between port pairs or the possibility of using TransWarp.

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